Welcome to GSSWSR Career Services
The GSSWSR learns of jobs from many area agencies, social work alumni, and area employers via multiple sources. Social work as well as human and social services job listings, among others, are posted here for current students and alumni.
This Job Board is one resource for full- and part-time jobs for prepared social work professionals across a wide spectrum of categories. The date the job is posted is indicated in each job announcement. Listings are added to the top to make it easier to see new postings. Postings will appear for approximately 30 days.
Before applying to any job posting, check with the employer to be certain the job is still open and not filled. Application materials go directly to the employer and not to the GSSWSR.
Job title: M.S.W. Clinical Case Manager
Organization: The Salvation Army
Employment type: Full-time
Other benefits: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Pension, TDA, FSA, four weeks vacation per year, holidays, L.C.S.W. supervision
Brief description: Provides comprehensive clinical and case management services to identify and address residents’ physical, psychological, social, mental, and emotional needs. Aids in client housing eligibility, bio psychosocial assessment, services planning, regular case management meetings, and internal/external programming and activities.
Skills and qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work. Experience working with people who are homeless, particularly those with comorbid drug and alcohol and mental health histories.
Agency contact: Andrea Snyder, email@example.com.
Brief description: Service Coordinators work in collaboration with Property Managers to provide the necessary combination of services and supports to assist frail, elderly residents to remain independent, in their own residence in the community and avoid unnecessary institutionalization. This is accomplished by providing a variety of service coordination supports including advocacy and assistance to access and coordinate referrals to community-based services and a variety of entitlement programs and facilitate successful utilization. Together with Property Managers, they assist residents to maintain their quality of life while maintaining stable occupancy standards necessary to uphold their lease and remain independent in the community.
Skills and qualifications: Bachelors of Social Work or related Human Service degree with a minimum of two years of related experience working with older adults and knowledge of community human service resources is preferred. Applicants must relate well to older adults and families and possess the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Strong advocacy and problem solving skills, as well as the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities are essential. Individuals without college degrees who can document other relevant and appropriate training and successful experience in working with older adults, their families and community resources, may be considered for employment
Agency contact: Alyssa Moss, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brief description: Evaluates, determines and refers individuals to appropriate resources so they may live stable, safe, and healthy lives in the community of their choice. Maintains a caseload in compliance with DBH standards and completes the registration process for new clients within a required timeframe, identifies community resources and coordinates services to meet the client's needs.
Skills and qualifications: Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in an acceptable discipline and one-year relevant experience.
Agency contact: Marie Keith, email@example.com.
Brief description: Thomas Jefferson University’s Maternal Addiction Education and Research (MATER) program is hiring! Our Center of Excellence team is looking to add another Patient Navigator. Patient Navigators provide care coordination to future, current, and past patients referred to the Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence. Navigators facilitate engagement and reengagement in substance use disorder treatment and coordinate appointments and services for additional medical, behavioral, and social needs. We work primarily with pregnant and parenting women. This is a mobile position; time is spent in the hospital, clinic, residential facility, and between facilities escorting clients. The position is currently hybrid, with some WFH opportunities.
Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or related field required; Master’s degree in related field preferred.
Agency contact: Alice Fischer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job title: Therapist
Organization: Bryn Mawr Mental Health and Wellness
Employment type: Part-time
Brief description: Bryn Mawr Mental Health and Wellness is a private practice providing in person and virtual psychiatric services to the greater Mainline area. Dr. Raena Khorram is a psychiatrist working with two other highly trained and experienced social workers to provide therapy and medication to patients in a collaborative model. We treat patients/clients struggling with a wide of diagnoses. We see many college age/young adults being located near Bryn Mawr, Villanova, and Haverford College.
Skills and qualifications: Looking for motivated therapists to work collaboratively with our providers. Supervision with highly trained and experienced social worker who is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College’s School of Social Work is available. Work virtually and/or in person with an office available in Bryn Mawr. You determine your own hours with the goal to work at least 8-10/week. Screening and billing of patients done by the practice. EHR and telemedicine platform provided. 1099 employment status.
Agency contact: Raena Khorram, email@example.com.
Brief description: SAP liaisons provide on-site consultant services to SAP teams and have knowledge of the local child-serving systems. Works in schools as the drug and alcohol and mental health liaison to the SAP team, removing barriers to learning. Assists students and school staff by screening students, facilitating student education groups, participating in core team meetings and parent teacher meetings.
Agency contact: Please email Heather Sheldon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Brief description: Professor Mark Salzer (Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences) and Professor Cheryl Hyde (School of Social Work) at Temple University are serving as evaluators on a grant received by the City of Philadelphia that aims to address social unrest in six neighborhoods in the city by addressing community trauma among youth through services, community engagement and development, training of various community stakeholders on trauma-related issues, and micro grants for community-developed and led initiatives.
Primary responsibilities will include establishing and implementing evaluation data collection plans and measures, serving as the evaluation liaison with key stakeholders and community partners, attendance at various community-based events and meetings, engaging community partners in evaluation activities, developing information on the basics of conducting community-based evaluation, in-person data collection, including key informant interviews and focus groups, basic quantitative and qualitative analyses, report and manuscript writing, literature reviews, and other activities required by the federal funder. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a macro emphasis, Public Health or related field and at least 2 years work/internship experience in social-sciences research or evaluation activities, including: collaborations with community partners, participant recruitment and data collection, database creation, qualitative analysis and coding, basic quantitative analysis, report writing or manuscript preparation. Master’s degree preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Agency contact: Mark Salzer, email@example.com.
Brief description: The EMDR Outpatient Therapist provides ethically sound, evidence-based psychotherapeutic outpatient treatment (including somatic interventions such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, grief counseling, crisis counseling, and trauma-focused psychological first aid to adults who are direct or indirect victims of violence. The clinical services provided by the EMDR Outpatient Therapist are trauma-specific and focused in that they are intended to address the adverse consequences of exposure to such incidents. Services may be provided virtually by telehealth and in-person at AVP’s office, Criminal Justice Center or other community-based locations when necessary.
Skills and qualifications: Masters Level, fully licensed therapist (LCSW, LPC, LMFT). Training, certification and experience utilizing EMDR is required. Experience working with adults and families that have experienced trauma and/or grief and loss strongly preferred. Bilingual candidates fluent in English and Spanish are preferred; proficiency in other languages a plus. See linked job description for more details.
Agency contact: Emily DeCarlo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job title: Assistant Teacher
Organization: The Children’s Ark at St. George’s
Employment type: Part-time
Brief description: The Children's Ark is hiring assistant teachers to work in our established early learning center. Assistant teachers will work with children ranging in age from infancy through 6 years old. We have full-time and part-time opportunities available. Assistant Teachers help the lead teacher implement lesson plans and activities while ensuring that the children are safe and having fun.
Skills and qualifications: The right candidate will have experience working with children and is willing to obtain all state mandated clearances.
Agency contact: If interested, please email Krista Kileen at email@example.com.
Brief description: CCLP seeks an Executive Director who is passionate about leading our efforts to protect the rights of young people. The Executive Director will serve as the chief executive officer of CCLP, providing leadership and management, and creating and implementing policies and programs to carry out the work of the organization. The Executive Director will be a key developer of our extensive nonprofit partner network, ensuring our ability to become an anti-racist organization working in the field of youth justice while communicating stakeholder needs to our organization.
Skills and qualifications: You are the ideal candidate if you have at least five years of relevant experience and a bachelor’s degree, law degree, or graduate degree in a human services field or a public policy field. We would be blown away if you have three or more years of experience working directly on social justice issues. The ideal candidate is adept at relationship management, both internally and externally, and demonstrates effective staff and client management. This work requires a knowledge of working in or with the juvenile justice or criminal justice system, civil rights or other social justice advocacy, or related fields such as social work.
Event title: Virtual Philadelphia Primary Care Career Fair
Organization: Pennsylvania Primary Care Center
Brief description: Tuesday, Nov. 2 from 6-8 p.m. EDT. You'll find a wide variety of medical, dental and behavioral health opportunities at Community Health Centers. The virtual career fair is presented by the Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center. It's an extension of our in-person Philly Primary Care Career Fair (taking place Nov. 3 at the Sheraton University City).
Brief description: Complete an required biopsychosocial assessments, liaison with mental health court, complete recovery plans for each resident, comply with all policies of LTSR. Participate as member of recovery team. Complete a required involuntary court commitment and follow up with court social workers, lawyers etc. Liaison with community hospitals and other social service agencies. Merakey offers Flexible schedules, Medical, Dental, Vision insurance plans, competitive compensation plans, Work/Life balance, and so much more!
Skills and qualifications: Masters Degree in Social Work or Related field and license eligible. Two years experience in behavioral health or mental health preferred. Four years experience in behavioral health preferred. Recent graduates with a passion to learn and grow in the area of residential services for complex and chronic mental illness should apply. If you succeed in residential, you will excel anywhere
Agency contact: Natausha Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brief description: The main purpose of this full-time contractual position is to manage the planning and program activities of the Harford County Health Department (HCHD)'s Clinical Health Bureau's Overdose Programs, including those funded by the Overdose Data to Action grants. This position will be responsible for the planning, development and supervision of agency programs, organizations, procedures, and systems.
Skills and qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Nursing, Social Work, Psychology, Education, Counseling, or a related field. Five years of professional experience in health services, two years of which must have been in the Health Services option.
Agency contact: Zachary Kosinski, email@example.com.
Brief description: The Clinical Program Manager will work with the PAD Victim Advocates, the Director of Anti-Trafficking and Prevention Point Philadelphia as an integral part of The Police-Assisted Diversion (PAD) program. PAD is a Pre-Arrest Diversion model, which takes a social services approach to law enforcement. It involves a unique, active collaboration between police officers, social service providers, and local government.
Skills and qualifications: MSW degree with minimum three years’ experience working in human trafficking or a related field (e.g. domestic violence, immigrant rights, workers’ rights) in a role that involves service provision, training, and/or advocacy. Experience with trauma informed care preferably a working knowledge of Sanctuary Model for Trauma informed services.
Agency contact: Heather LaRocca, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brief description: The Social Work Supervisor (SWS) oversees the coordination of resources for the Elwyn Early Learning Services (ELS) Family Resource Center. The Social Work Supervisor ensures high quality call center or walk –in support by offering timely guidance, counseling, and resource coordination. The SWS participates in the ongoing development of resources for parents and helps families of children with disabilities navigate these available resources throughout the city.
Skills and qualifications: Licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to practice Social Work or Clinical Social Work; Two (2) years of professional social work practice experience; Prior supervisory experience.
Agency contact: Ashlee Brown, email@example.com.
Brief description: The CMC supervises all facets of case management for youth in a group home, providing both individual and group case management consultation and activities; facilitates/plans allied therapies. The CMC makes referrals to community agencies and completes assessments and treatment plans. The CMC is on-call 24 hours a day for staff support.
Skills and qualifications: The Case Management Coordinator (CMC) must possess a Bachelor's degree. They must have three years of experience working with high functioning youth and young adults; along with experience working with the populations served at LifeTies, Inc.
Agency contact: Marisabel Rivera, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brief description: The Clinical Coordinator (CC) supervises all facets of clinical case management for youth in a group home, providing both individual and group clinical and allied therapies; referrals to community agencies and treatment planning. The CC is on-call 24 hours a day for clinical emergencies.
Skills and qualifications: The Clinical Coordinator must possess a NJ- LSW/LCSW, LAC/LPC. Must have three years of experience working with high functioning youth and young adults; along with experience working with the populations served.
Agency contact: Marisabel Rivera, email@example.com.
Job title: Social Worker
Organization: Dawn's Place
Employment type: Full-time
Brief description: In Dawn’s Place, the primary goal of social work services is to optimize client functioning by providing quality services in the most efficient and effective manner to individuals with multiple complex needs. These needs vary based on factors such as the client’s physical health, mental health, culture, strengths, experiences and vulnerabilities, the trafficking situation itself, the length of time since the client’s rescue or escape, and, when working with foreign born survivors of trafficking, the client’s immigration status.
Skills and qualifications: An undergraduate degree in Social Work and five year’s experience working with women who have been victimized is required. A master’s degree is preferred.
Agency contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job title: Director of Cultural Humility and Network Enrichment
Organization: Bridge of Hope National
Employment type: Full-time
Brief description: This new role is part of the national Location Support Team and will also work with the CEO and the Cultural Humility Task Force of the national board to incorporate into all aspects of Bridge of Hope programming and organizational policies the three tenets of cultural humility: 1.) Lifelong learning and critical self-reflection 2.) Challenging power imbalances and 3.) Institutional accountability.
Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, ideally in social work, education, organizational development or related field, required. Master’s degree in relevant field preferred. Demonstrated professional accomplishments in the field of cultural humility, including work within the church on social and racial justice and an understanding of the many layers of exclusion that impact the lives of families facing homelessness served by Bridge of Hope. (Preference given to individual with 5+ years of experience in homeless services and/or racial justice work). Excellent interpersonal, communication, facilitation and presentation skills, and experience in training and equipping adults for learning, specifically with Zoom and online platforms.
Agency contact: Andrea Popielski, email@example.com.
Brief description: A growing multidisciplinary mental health practice is seeking a full or part time Licensed Social Worker to join our growing team. We offer individual, family and couples therapy. Our team offers weekly clinical supervision and monthly Peer to Peer consultation. We are looking for motivated individuals who would like to work in a collaborative setting with Psychiatrists and Physician extenders. Providers focus on the clinical aspects without any administrative responsibilities.
Skills and qualifications: LSW in New Jersey. We are looking for motivated individuals who would like to work in a collaborative setting with Psychiatrists and Physician extenders. Providers focus on the clinical aspects without any administrative responsibilities. Strong interest in development of clinical skills. Drive to provide best practice and evidence-based work in best interest of clients.
Agency contact: Jennifer Christmas, LCSW, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brief description: The Drug and Alcohol Counselor, AOD Specialist functions within the University Counseling Center to provide counseling, group sessions, and evaluation for students who are struggling with substance use issues. This professional must be skilled in providing affirmative, sex-positive, culturally sensitive counseling, with respect to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (LGBTQIA+ issues) and intersectionality. Students may self-refer or be referred by the Dean of Students Office, Health Promotion, the Student Health Center, or other University departments. The Drug and Alcohol Counselor coordinates and manages concerns and referrals related to drug and alcohol use from the Dean of Students Office and will work with other University students as time permits. In addition, the Drug and Alcohol Counselor coordinates and implements a comprehensive alcohol and drug educational outreach and prevention program for Villanova students, in collaboration with other areas, and provides mental health resources to the University community on substance use and related concerns.
Skills and qualifications: Master’s in Psychology, Counseling or Social Work, required with appropriate license with specialization in the assessment and treatment of Alcohol and Other Drug use. Appropriate expertise and experience in working with AOD clients, ideally with young adults and/or college students. Demonstrated experience providing identity-affirming, racially and culturally sensitive therapy and counseling in an outpatient setting with a relatively healthy group of clients, excellent clinical skills, and Psychodynamic or insight-orientation. Experience with crisis intervention and the ability to conduct risk assessments and manage potentially high-risk clients, and ability to refer students whose treatment needs exceed the work of a short-term counseling center to off-campus providers. See linked description for more details.
Agency contact: Julia Stein, email@example.com.